Department of Library and Information Science
Manage information access and use in the digital world
Technology rules. But who makes the rules?
When you learn to manage the relentless data stream and use information as a tool, you can enrich lives and create positive change. Our faculty, students, and graduates are shaping information policy and analyzing data, large and small, to make a difference in universities, libraries, museums, nonprofits, businesses, and government institutions.
They utilize their skills to preserve community memory, promote literacy, and provide crucial insight and direction on the collection, preservation, and use of information.
Data is everywhere
The heart of our teaching, scholarship, and service lies in how we use data, information, and technology. To that end, we study, build, and critically analyze information infrastructures. Data management is key to innovation and good decision-making in everything from health care and education to the corporate sector.
Where can you take data?
- Historic preservation
- Outreach and education
- Curation and archiving
- Analysis and research
Information can take you where you want to go. And IUPUI’s Department of Library and Information Science will help you to become a successful information professional. You may even complete many of our programs entirely online.
B.S. in Applied Data and Information Science
Harness the power of the information stream and navigate big data.
Master of Library and Information Science
Learn how you can obtain entirely online the universally respected, ALA accredited entry degree for professional librarians.
- School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI offers full spectrum of data degrees
November 29, 2022
- SoIC professor’s $499,941 IMLS grant focuses on rural libraries for STEM outreach
November 16, 2022
- I-LLDS program and fellows from IU’s Schools of Library Science celebrated
November 1, 2022